Ready to learn something new? Because it’s time for another Designs By Miss Mandee Illustrator tutorial! My last tutorial was a special one for all my crafty friends out there, and today’s is a follow-up to it. If you’re a fellow Cricut user, then you won’t want to miss this. Find out how to make “print then cut” files of your very own!
When I first heard about the “print then cut” feature of the Cricut I was extremely intrigued! After all, this opens up the realm of die-cut possibilities at least 100-fold. But, when I was trying to figure out how to do this, I was hard-pressed to find useful instructions, and I definitely couldn’t find anything that told me how to make my own “print then cut” files from scratch. So, after a lot (and I mean A LOT) of trial and error, I figured out how to do it, and now I’m going to share this knowledge with you!
Design Space tools you’ll learn about:
(Hint: If you haven’t watched my last tutorial video about preparing SVG files, you’ll want to check that one out first because, in this tutorial, I skip the steps I explained in that one.)
I hope you enjoyed the tutorial, and I hope I explained everything adequately. Now that you know the best kept secret (in my opinion) in the Cricut world, there’s nothing that can stop you (except maybe low toner).
P.S. If you like the retro box template I used in the video, then I have a feeling you’re going to like next week’s freebie…
*I am linking up to these parties